Ladies' Day Events

Thursday 30th May - Wetherby
Thursday 20th June - Ripon
Saturday 22nd June - Redcar
Wednesday 7th August - Pontefract
Wednesday 14th August - Beverley
Thursday 22nd August - York
Wednesday 28th August - Catterick
Saturday 7th September - Thirsk
Thursday 12th September - Doncaster

Best Dressed Lady Final - Saturday 26th October - Doncaster Racecourse

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Following the heats at each racecourse, the best dressed lady winner will represent their course at the final at Doncaster Racecourse on Saturday 26th October.

Winners and a guest will enjoy an excellent day of racing with hospitality and the overall winner will receive a beautiful piece of diamond jewellery worth approximately £2,000 from, a two night break at the stunning Best Western Premier Mount Pleasant Hotel for two adults, to include a luxury fruit basket and Espa gift bag, champagne and chocolates on arrival, dinner in the Garden Restaurant on both evenings, dining from the Table D'Hote menu plus a bottle of house wine, full English breakfast on both mornings with late check-out and a £500 voucher to spend at ladies boutique Incognito in Bawtry.  Ladies, get choosing your outfits!

Ladies' Days 2018

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Winners from the racecourse heats

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